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This is in the news in VOA special English.

The violence this week in Kenya has through the usually peaceful country into crisis. Its economic and democrat progress maybe in danger. The crisis began Sunday after election officals declared president Kibaki the winner of the second turn. On Friday, Kenya's main opposition party the orange democrat movement called for a new election. It's candidate in the December 23th election / held the lead in the early vote totals. He says the nervous victory for Mr.Kibaki was the result of cheating. A spokeman for the president said government will accept other election if a court orders a new vote. On Thursday, Kenya's / general / called for independent conformation of the election results, but he said only a court had the power to cancel Mr.Kibaki victory. Kenya's first elected him in 2002, on a promise to fight corruption. More than three hundred people have been killed in /... and Mombasa. The violence says involved fignting between police and protestors, and between / groups. There are fears of wider conflict between / who support Mr.Odinga and Kikuyus who support the president. Both sides have accused each other of acts of jail/. On Tuesday, a mob sent fire to a church in / in the /. At least thirty Kikuyu children and idols burn to death. They had gone to the church seeking safety.

The United Nation said the unrest have displace two hundred fifty thousand people within Kenya, several thousand people are believe have fled to Uganda in recent days. Kenya became independent from Britian in 1963. It has the largest economy in west Africa, and in recent years has been the areas most polically secure country. Kenya has held Morty party elections since 1992. But Kikuyus have long ruled the country both polically and financially. The Kikuyu try is the largest more than forty / groups in Kenya. Twenty two percent of Kenya's estimated thirty seven million are Kikuyu. The United States at first had congratulated president Kibaki on his reelection. Later, it withdrew the statement as European Union observers and other question the fairness of the election. The United States announced it was sending its top diplomate for Africa / to Kenya to appear for political discusstions. Mr.Kibaki says he is open to talks with his opponents after the violence has ended. In some of Kenya's poorest areas, people have began to say it is time for peace. Kenya has had races and ethnic conflict in past years, but there are concerns that foreign investors might now lose trust in the country. The world bank says it is concerned that the unrest threaten the / in economic growth and poverty reduction. A statement from the bank and other development agencies noted that Kenya media have launched save our beloved country campaign.

And that's in the news in VOA special English, written by Brinna Blake. I'm Steve Ember.
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This is in the news in VOA Special English.

The violence this week in Kenya has thrown the usually peaceful country into crisis. Its economic and democratic progress may be in danger. The crisis began Sunday after electoral officials declared the president Mwai Kibaki, the winner of second term. On Friday, Kenya’s main opposition party, the Orange Democratic Movement called for a new election.

Its candidate in the December 27 election, R.O., held the lead in early vote totals. He says the narrow victory for Mr.Kibaki was the result of cheating. A spokesman for the president said the government will accept another election if a court orders a new vote. On Thursday, Kenya’s attorney general A.W. called for independent conformation of the election results. But he said only a court had the power to cancel Mr.Kibaki’s victory.

Kenya’s first elected him in 2002 on the promise to fight corruption. More than 300 people have been killed in Nairobi, the ** and Mombasa. The violence’s size involved fighting between police and protestors, and between ** groups. There are fears of wider conflict between Luaus who support Mr.O and Kikuyus who support the president. Both sides have accused each other of acts of **. On Thursday, a mob set fire to a church in the **, in **. At least 30 Kikuyu children and adults burnt to death. They have gone to the church seeking safety.

The United Nation said the unrest has displaced 250,000 people within Kenya. Several thousands of people are believed to have flight to Uganda in recent days. Kenya became independent from Britain in 1963. It has the largest economy in east Africa, and in recent years, has been the areas’ most politically secure country.

Kenya has held multiparty elections since 1992. But Kikuyus have long ruled the country both politically and financially. The Kikuyu tribe is the largest more than 14 ** groups in Kenya. 22% of Kenya’s estimated 37 million people are Kikuyu.

The United States said first had congratulated president Kibaki on his reelection. Later it withdrew the statement as European Union observers and others question the fairness of the election. The United States announced it was sending its top diplomat for Africa, **to Kenya, to appeal for political discussions.

Mr. Kibaki says he is open to talks with the opponents after the violence has ended. In some of Kenya’s poorest areas, people have begun to say it is time for peace. Kenya has had races and ethnic conflict in past years. But there are concerns that foreign investors might now lose trust in the country. The World Bank says it is concerned that the unrest threatens recent gains in economic growth and poverty reduction. A statesman from the bank and other development agencies noted that Kenya media have launched “save our beloved country campaign”.

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This is in the news in VOA special English.

The violence this week in Kenya has thrown the usually peaceful country into crisis. Its economic and democratic progress maybe in danger. The crisis began Sunday after election officials declared the present Mwai Kibaki the winner of a second term. On Friday, Kenya's main opposition party the orange democratic movement called for a new election. Its candidate in the December 27st election R* O* held the lead in early vote totals, he says the narrow victory for Mr Kibaki was the result of cheating.

A spokesman for the president said the government were except another election if a court orders a new vote. On Thursday, Kenya's a* general A* W* called for independent conformation of the election result, but he said only a court have the power to cancel Mr Kibaki's victory. Kenyans first elected him in 2002 on the promise to fight corruption.

More than 300 people have been killed in N*, the rift valley and M*. The violence sets involved fighting between police and protesters and between ethnic groups. There are fears of wider conflict between M* who support Mr O* and K* who support the president. Both sides have accused each other of acts of genocide.

On Tuesday a mob set fire to a church in E* in the rift valley. At least 30 K* children and adults bunt to death. They have gone to the church seeking safety. The United Nations said the uprise has displaced 250,000 people within Kenya, several thousands people are believed to a fled to Uganda in recent days.

Kenya became independent from Britain in 1963. It has the largest economy in east Africa and in recent years has been the area's most politically secure country. Kenya has held multi-parties elections since 1992, but K* have long ruled the country both politically and financially. The K* tribe is the largest of more 40 ethnic groups in Kenya. 22% the Kenyans, estimated 37 million people are K*.

The US at first had congratulated president Kibaki on his re-election, later it withdrew the statement as EU observers and others question the fairness of the election. The US announced it was sending its top diplomat for Africa G* F* to Kenya to appeal for political discussions.

Mr Kibaki says he is open to talks with his opponents after the violence has ended. In some of Kenya's poorest areas people have began to say: it is time for peace. Kenya has had riot send ethnic conflict in past years, but there concerns that foreign investors might now lose trust in the country. The wold bank says it is concerned that the uprise threatens recent gains in economic growth and poverty reduction. A statement from the bank and other development agencies noted the Kenyan media have launched save-our-beloved-country campaign.

And that is in the news in VOA special English, written by * *.
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The violence this week in Kenya has slown the usually peaceful country into crisis. Its economic and democratic progress may be in danger. The crises begin Sunday after t election officials declared President Mwai Kibaki the winner of a second term.

On Friday, Kenya’s main Opposition Party the ‘orange democratic movement’ called for a new election. Its candidate in the December 27th election Raila Odinga held the lead in early vote totals. He says the narrow victory for Mr. Kibaki was the result of cheating. A spokesman for the president said the government will accept another election if a court orders a new vote. On Thursday, Kenya’s attorney general Amos Wako called for independent confirmation of the election results, but he said only ta court had the power to cancel the Mr. Kibaki’s victory.

Keny’s first elected him in 2002 on a promise to fight corruption. More than 300 people have been killed in Nairobi, the Rift Valley and Mombasa. The violence has involved fighting between police and protesters and between ethnic groups. There are fears of wide conflict between Luos who support Mr.Odinga and Kikuyus who support the president. Both sides have accused each other of acts of genocide. On Tuesday a mob set fire to a church in Eldoret in the Rift Valley at least 30 Kikuyu children and adults burnt to death. They had gone to the church seeking safety.

The United Nation said the unrest has displaced 250,000 people within Kenya several thousand people are believed to have fled to Uganda in recent days. Kenya became independent from Britain in 1963. It has the largest economy in east Africa and in recent years has been the area’s most politically secure country. Kenya has held multi-party elections since 1902. But Kikuyus have long ruled the country both politically and financially. The Kikuyu tribe is the largest of more than 40 ethnic groups in Kenya. 22% of kenya’s estimated 37 million people are Kikuyu. The United States had first congratulated President Kibaki on his reelection. later it withdrew the statement as European Union observers and other questioned the fairness of the election. The United States announced it was sending its top diplomat for Africa Jendayi Frazer to Kenya to appeal political discussions. Mr. Kibaki says he is open to talks with opponents after the violence has ended.

In some of Kenya’s poorest areas, people have begun to say it’s time for peace. Kenya has had riots and ethnic conflict in past years, but there are concerns that foreign investors might now lose trust in the country.

The World Bank says it is concerned that the unrest threatens recent gains in economic growth and poverty reduction. A statement from the bank and other development agencies noted that Kenya medium have launched‘a save are beloved country campaign’.

And that's In The News in VOA Special English, written by Brinna Blake. I'm Steve Ember.
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This is IN THE NEWS in VOA Special English.

The violence this week in Kenya has thrown the usually peaceful country into crisis. Its economic and democratic progress may be in danger. The Crisis began Sunday after election officials declared President Mwai Kibaki the winner of the second term. On Friday, Kenya's main opposition party, the Orange democratic movement, called for a new election.

Its candidate in the December twenty-seventh election, R O, held the leader in early vote totals. He says the narrow victory for Mr. Kibaki was the result of cheating. A spokesman for the president said the government will accept another election if a court orders a new vote.

On Thursday, Kenya's Attorney General Amos Wako called for independent confirmation of the election results. But he said only a court had the power to cancel Mr. Kibaki's victory.

Kenyans first elected him in 2002 on a promise to fight corruption. More than three hundred people have been killed in N, the R valley and M . The violence says involved fighting between police and protestors and between ethnic groups. There are fierce of wide conflict between N who supported Mr. O and K who supported the president. Both sides have accused each other of *.

On Tuesday, a m* set fire to a church in A in the R valley. At least 30 K children and adults burn to death. They had gone to the church seeking safety.

The United Nations said the unrest has displaced 250,000 people within Kenya. Several thousand of people are believed to have fled to Uganda in recent days.

Kenya became independent from Britain in 1963. It has the largest economy in east Africa and in recent years has been the area's most politically secure country.

Kenya has held Muti-party elections since 1992. But K have long ruled the country both politically and finationally. The K try * the largest of more than forty ethnic groups in Kenya. Twenty-two percent of Kenyan's estimated thirty-seven million people are K.

the United States had first had congratulated President Kibaki on his reelection. Later it withdrew the statement as European Union observers and others question the fairness of the election. The United States announced it * top * for Africa * to Kenya to appeal for political discussions. Mr. Kibaki says he is open to talks with his opponents after the violence has ended.

In some of Kenya's poorest areas, people have begun to say it is time for peace. Kenya has had riots and ethnic conflict in past years but they were concerns that foreign investors might now lose trust in the country. The World Bank says it is concerned that the unrest threatens recent gains in economic growth and poverty reduction. A statement from the Bank and other development agencies noted that Kenyan media have launched a save * country campaign.

And that's IN THE NEWS in VOA Special English, written by Brianna Blake. I'm Steve Ember.
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The violence this week in Kania has thrown the usually peaceful country into crisis. Its economic and dimocritic progress maybe in danger.The crisis began on Sunday after the election official declared president White Kibaki the winner of the second term. On Friday ten years main oppsition Party the orange dimocritic movement call for a new election.

Its candidate in the December 27th election Riela Odiga held the lead in early violt totals. He says the navaral victary for Mr. Kibaki was the result of cheating. Exportment for the Presidant said the government will lecept another election if a cort order a new vote.

On Thursday ten years turny genarral Aimus Waco call for independent comphermation of the election results. But he said only a cort had the power to cansal Mr. Kibaki victary. Kanias first elected him in 2002 on the promas to fight conruction. More than 300 people have been killed in Arobi the rift violy and Mernbasa. The violence says in volt fighting between police and profestors and between afinit groups.

There are fears of writer complaint between Looer who suport Mr. Odiga and Hetouse who suport the president. Both sides have a cuse each other of acsive genesite. On Tuesday a mob set fair to a church in the Ederit in the rifvaly. At lest 30 Kicuyo children and adults burned to death. They are gun to the church seeking savety. The U.N. said the unrest has displaysed 250 thousand people within Kania. Several thousand of people are believed to aflect to Uganda in recent days.

Kania became indepandant from Britain in 1963. It has the largest economy in east Africa and in recent years has been the areas most perlectly sicure country. Kania has held Moty Party elections since 1992. But Kicuyus have long rule the country both perlectly and finacially. The Kicuyu try his largest the more than 40 affnic groups in Kania. 22 percent the Kinias assitmated 37 million people are Kicuyu.

The U.S. said first had congratulated President Kubaki on his relection. Later it with grown the statment as European unions of observers and others questions the fearness of the election. The U.S. anounced it was sending its top deploment for Africa ,jeda flazer for Kania to apill for perlitical dicussions.

Mr. Kibaky says he is open to talks with his suporments after the violence has ended.In some of Kanias poorest areas ,people have begun to say it is time for peace. Kania has had riars and afernic complaint in past years, but there are consents that foreign investers might now loss trust in the country. The world bank says it is consernd that on rest fredent recent game in economic growth and property reduction.

A statement from the bank and other developement agincies noted that Kanian medio have launch a save of our belofet country campain.

And that's in the news in VOA Special English writen by Beryana Blake. I'm Steve Ember.18:20

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The violence this week in Kenya has thrown the usually peaceful country into crisis.Its economic and democratic progress may be in danger.

The crisis began on Sunday after election officer declared president V T the winner of the second turn.On Friday,Kenya’s main opposition party the orange democratic movement called for a new election.

Its candidate in the December twenty-seventh election A O held the lead in the early vote totals.He says the liberal victory for Mr. VT was the result of cheating.A spokeman for the president says the government will reset another election if the court orders a new vote..

On Thursday,Kenya’s alterny general AW called for independent conformation of the election results.But he said only a cout has the power to cancel Mr VT’s victory.Kenya’s first elected him in 2002 on a promise to fight corruption.

More than three hundred people have been killed in L, the * valley and M.The violence says involved fighting between police and protestors and between * groups.There are fierce of wider conflict between L who support LD and K who support the president.Both sides have cues each other at a act of G.

On Tuesday ,a mub set fire to a church in the E in the W valley.At lest thirty KU children and adults burn to death.They have gone to the church seeking safety.

The United Nations said the unrest has displaced two hundred fifty thousand people within Kenya,several thousand people are believed to left Uganda in recent days.

Kenya became independent from Britain in 1963.It has the largest economy in east Africa,and in recent years ,has been the area’s most political secure country.

Kenya has held mote pary elections since 1992.But PU has long rule the country both politically and financially.The PU try these largest more than forty * groups in Kenya,twenty two percent of Kenya’s estimated thirty-seven million people are PU.

The United States at first have congratulated president PK on his real election.Later,it with cue the statement as European Union observers and others question the fairness of the election.The United States announced it will sending its top * to Africa,J S, to Kenya ,to appear the political discussion.Mr.KB says he is open to talkswith his opponents after the violence has ended.

In some of Kenya’s poorest areas,people have began to say it is time for peace.Kenya has had right and * conflict in past years.But they are concerns that foreign investors might now lose trust in the country.The world Bank says it is concernd the unrest threateans recent games in economic growth and poverty reduction. A statement from the bank and other development agencies note that Kenya media have lounched save our beloved country campaign.

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The violence this week in Kenya has thrown the usually peaceful country into crisis. Its economic and democratic progress may be in danger. The crisis began Sunday after election officials declared president Muwai Kibaki the winner of a second term. On Friday Kenya's main opposition party, the orange democratic movement called for a new election.
Its candidate in the December 27th election Riyila Odengar held the lead in the early vote totals. He says the narrow victory for Mr. Kibaki was the result of cheating. A spokesman for the president said the government will accept another election if a court orders a new vote. On Thursday Kenya's attorney general Aimars Wakol called for independent confirmation of the election results. But he said only a court had the power to cancel Mr. Kibaki's victory.
Kenyan's first elected him in 2002 on a promise to fight corruption. More than 300 people have been killed in Niroby the rift valley and Monbasa. The violence has involved fighting between police and protestors and between ethnic groups. There are fears of wider conflict between Luls who support Mr. Odengar and Kikuyous who support the president.
Both sides have accused each other of acts of genicide. On Tuesday a mub set fire to a church in Elderet in the rift valley. At least 30 Kikuyou children and adults burn to death. They had gone to the church seeking safety. The United Nations said the unrest has displaced 250,000 people within Kenya, several thousand people are believed to have fled to Uganda in recent days.
Kenya became independent from Britain in 1963. It has the largest economy in east African and in recent years has been the area's most politically secure country. Kenya has held multiparty elections since 1992. But Kikuyous have long ruled the country both politically and financially. The Kikuyou tribe is the largest of more than 40 ethnic groups in Kenya. 20% of Kenyas estimated 37 million people are Kikuyou.
The United States at first had congratulated president Kibaki on his reelection. later it withdrew the statement as European Union observers and others questioned the fairness of the election. The United States announced it was sending its top diplomat for Africa Johnday Frayzer to Kenya to appeal for political discussions. Mr. Kibaki says he is open to talks to his opponents after the violence has ended.
In some of Kenya's poorest areas. People have begun to say it is time for peace. Kenya has had riots and ethnic conflict in past years but there are concerns that foreign investors might now lose trust in the country. The world bank says it is concerned that the unrest threatens recent gains in economic growth and poverty reduction.
A statement from the bank and other development agencies noted that Kenyan media have launched a safe are beloved country campaign. And That's In The News in VOA Special English Written by Briana Blake. I am Steve Ember. 22:38
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This is in the news in VOA special English.

The violence this week in Kenya has thrown the usually peaceful country into crisis. Its economic and democratic progress may be in danger. The crisis began Sunday after election officals declared President Mwai Kibaki the winner of a second term. On Friday, Kenya's main opposition party, the Orange Democratic Movement, called for a new election. Its candidate in the December 27th election / held the lead in the early vote totals. He says the narrow victory for Mr.Kibaki was the result of cheating. A spokesman for the president said the government will accept other election if a court orders a new vote. On Thursday, Kenya's attorney general Amos Wako called for independent conformation of the election results, but he said only a court had the power to cancel Mr.Kibaki victory. Kenya's first elected him in 2002, on a promise to fight corruption. More than three hundred people have been killed in Nairobi, the Rift valley and Mombasa. The violence has involved fignting between police and protestors, and between ethnic groups. There are fears of wider conflict between Luos, who support Mr.Odinga and Kikuyus who support the president. Both sides have accused each other of acts of genocide. On Tuesday, a mob set fire to a church in Eldoret, in the Rift valley. At least thirty Kikuyu children and adults burned to death. They had gone to the church seeking safety.

The United Nations said the unrest has displaced two hundred fifty thousand people within Kenya, several thousand of people are believed have fled to Uganda in recent days. Kenya became independent from Britian in 1963. It has the largest economy in East Africa, and in recent years has been the areas most polically secure country. Kenya has held multiparty elections since 1992. But Kikuyus have long ruled the country both polically and financially. The Kikuyu tribe is the largest more than forty ethnic groups in Kenya. Twenty two percent of Kenya's estimated thirty seven million people are Kikuyu. The United States at first had congratulated President Kibaki on his reelection. Later, it withdrew the statement as European Union observers and others questioned the fairness of the election. The United States announced it was sending its top diplomat/e/ for Africa Jendayi Frazer to Kenya to appear for political discusstions. Mr.Kibaki says he is open to talks with his opponents after the violence has ended. In some of Kenya's poorest areas, people have began to say it is time for peace. Kenya has had riots and ethnic conflict in past years, but there are concerns that foreign investors might now lose trust in the country. The World Bank says it is concerned that the unrest threatens /the/ gains in economic growth and poverty reduction. A statement from the bank and other development agencies noted that Kenya media have launched "Save Our Beloved Country" campaign.

And that's IN THE NEWS in VOA Special English, written by Brianna Blake. I'm Steve Ember.
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The violence this week in Kenya has thrown the usually peaceful country into crisis. Its economic and democratic progress may be in danger. The crisis began Sunday after election officials declared President K, the winner of a second term. On Friday, Kenya's main opposition party, the Orange Democratic Movement, called for a new election. Its candidate in the December 27th election W B held the lead in the early vote totals. He says the narrow victory for Mr.K was the result of cheating. A spokesman for the president said the government will accept another election if a court orders a new vote. On Thursday, Kenya's a* general Amos Wako called for independent con* of the election results, but he said only a court had the power to cancel Mr.K victory. Kenya's first elected him in 2002, on a promise to fight corruption. More than three hundred people have been killed in N, the * * and M. The violence has involved fighting between police and protestors, and between ethnic groups. There are fears of wide conflicts between L, who support Mr.O and K who support the president. Both sides have accused each other of acts of *. On Tuesday, a m* set fire to a church in O, in the * *. At least thirty K children and adults burned to death. They had gone to the church seeking safety.

The United Nations said the unrest has displaced two hundred fifty thousand people within Kenya, several thousand people are believed have fled to Uganda in recent days. Kenya became independent from Britain in 1963. It has the largest economy in East Africa, and in recent years has been the areas most politically secure country. Kenya has held multiparty elections since 1992. But K have long ruled the country both politically and financially. The K * is the largest more than forty ethnic groups in Kenya. Twenty two percent of Kenya's estimated thirty seven million people are K. The United States at first had congratulated President K on his reelection. Later, it *the statement as European Union observers and others questioned the fairness of the election. The United States announced it was sending its top diplomat for Africa JF to Kenya to appeal for political discussions. Mr.K says he is open to talks with his opponents after the violence has ended. In some of Kenya's poorest areas, people have become to say it is time for peace. Kenya has had F and ethnic conflict in past years, but there are concerns that foreign investors might now lose trust in the country. The World Bank says it is concerned that the unrest threatens recent gains in economic growth and poverty reduction. A statement from the bank and other development agencies noted that Kenya media have launched "S* * Country" campaign.

And that's IN THE NEWS in VOA Special English, written by B B. I'm Steve Ember.

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The violence this week in Kenya has thrown the usually peaceful country into crisis. Its economic and democratic progress may be in danger.

The crisis began Sunday after election official declared President ViCobaco, the winner of a second term. On Friday, Kenyans main opposition party the orange democratic movement called for a new election. Its candidate in the december twenty-seventh election, RO, held the lead in the early vote total. He says the narrow victory for Mister Cobaco was the result of a cheating. A spokesman for the president said the government will accept another election if a court orders a new vote. On Thursday, Kenyans attorney general Msvoco called for a independent conformation of the election results. But he said only a court had the power to cancel Mister Cobaco victory.

Kenyans fist elected him in two thousand two on the promise to fight corruption. More than three hundred people have been killed in Nirabi, Reroftwali, and Manbasa. The violence says involved fighting between police and protesters and between ethnic groups. There are fewest of white conflict between Lous who support Mister Odinga and Cocous who support the President. Both sides have accursed each other of /side.

On Thursday, a mob set fire to a church in / in the /. At least, thirty Cococu children and adults burned to death. They have gone to the church seeking safety.

The United Nations said the unrest has displaced two hundred fifty thousand people within Keneya, several thousand people are believed to have fled to Uganda in recent days.

Kenya became independent from Britain in nineteen sixty-three. It has the largest economy in East Africa, and in recent years, has been in the areas most political secure country. Kenya has held / party elections in 1992. But Cococus have long rule the country both politically and financially. The Cococus tried its largest more than forty ethnic groups in Kenya. Twenty-two percent of Kenyans estimated thirty-seven million people are Cococu.

The United States at first had congratulated President Cobaco on his reelection. Later it with / statement as the European Union observers and others questioned the fairness of the election. The United States announced it was sending its top / for Africa, JF, to Keneya to appear for political discussions. Mister Cobaco says he is open to talks with his opponents after the violence has ended.

In some Kenyans poorest areas, people have begun to say it is time for peace. Kenya has had riots and ethnic conflict in past years. But there are concerns that foreign investors might now loss truth in the country. The World Bank says it is concerned that unrest threatens recent gains in economic growth and poverty reduction. A stableman from the bank and other development agencies noted that Kenya media have lunched save a believed country campaign.

And that's In The News in VOA Special English, written by Brianna Blake. I'm Steve Ember.
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The United Nations said the unrest has displaced two hundred fifty thousand people within Kenya, several thousands of people are believed have fled to Uganda in recent days. Kenya became independent from Britian in 1963. It has the largest economy in East Africa, and in recent years has been the areas most polically secure country. Kenya has held multiparty elections since 1992. But * have long ruled the country both polically and financially. The * tribe is the largest more than forty ethnic groups in Kenya. Twenty two percent of Kenya's estimated thirty seven million people are Kikuyu. The United States at first had congratulated President * on his reelection. Later, it withdrew the statement as European Union observers and others questioned the fairness of the election. The United States announced it was sending its top diplomat for Africa J** to Kenya to appear for political discusstions. Mr.*says he is open to talks with his opponents after the violence has ended. In some of Kenya's poorest areas, people have began to say it is time for peace. Kenya has had riots and ethnic conflict in past years, but there are concerns that foreign investors might now lose trust in the country. The World Bank says it is concerned that the unrest threatens gains in economic growth and poverty reduction. A statement from the bank and other development agencies noted that Kenya media have launched "Save Our Beloved Country" campaign.

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